Windermere Boat Hire
Page updated February 2020
All Windermere boat hire, Coniston boat hire and boat hire on Grasmere is weather dependent. Your place of hire will advise on weather conditions and suitability. Life jackets are provided with all boat hire.
See all boat hire on Windermere lake, Coniston Water and Grasmere below, or go to Map View.
Windermere lake boat hire at Brockhole
Windermere Quays, part of Aquatic Boat Centres
Low Wood Bay Windermere boat hire
A variety of small water sports craft and boat hire on Windermere lake from Low Wood Bay Resort between Ambleside and Bowness-on-Windermere. From kayaks for one to motor boats for 6 persons.
Bowness Bay Marina boat hire
Windermere boat hire in Bowness-on-Windermere. Electric and outboard engine day launches. A variety of boats take up to 5, 6 & 8 persons. Prices shown below are based on 2 people.
Windermere Lake Cruises boat hire
Self drive electric boats and traditional rowing boat hire on Windermere lake. Bowness Promenade and Ambleside Waterhead Pier. Maximum 6 persons per boat, prices shown below are for 2 persons.
Tel: 015394 43360
Windermere Canoe & Kayak hire
Canoe, kayak and stand up paddleboard hire at Bowness-on-Windermere, Ambleside Waterhead and Fell Foot Park. Specialist hire providers with an extensive range to choose from.
Coniston Boat Hire
Coniston Water is the fifth largest lake in the Lake District by surface area. By car it is roughly 20 minutes from Ambleside at the head of Windermere lake. Boat hire is available from Coniston Boating Centre, a not-for-profit attraction run by the Lake District National Park Authority.
Coniston Boating Centre
Grasmere Boat Hire
Traditional rowing boat hire on Grasmere lake is for being out on the water only. It is not permitted to land on the island in the mere, or the shore, and swimming from the boat is not allowed.
Faeryland at Grasmere
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- Things to do around Windermere lake
- Windermere Outdoor Activities
- Windermere Accommodation